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  1. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by mayguy View Post
    Only thing I question is the hook up of the humidifier to the board.

    I see a set of wire going to HUM1 and HUM2, where are they getting power from for the humidifier itself?
    I'll have to take a look when I get home, I know there are a couple of wire nutted connections next to the EIM, so perhaps they did it that way...

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    There apears to be 2 low voltage wires going to the humidifier.
    One may be from a transformer.
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    not using the IAQ to dehumidify??

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    Quote Originally Posted by t527ed View Post
    not using the IAQ to dehumidify??
    How with the XL16i? Don't think you can with the XL16i since it uses the BK terminal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanHughes View Post
    How with the XL16i? Don't think you can with the XL16i since it uses the BK terminal.
    DING DING DING! Sadly, it's true....

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    Quote Originally Posted by skunkiechris View Post
    DING DING DING! Sadly, it's true....

    a v drive blower you can't slow down to dehumidify??


    that sucks.

    not familiar with the newer trane stuff, guess i'm just spoiled by the cool things i can do with lennox equipment........

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    Rub it in!

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    That's one downside that I see with the XL16i. That, and the poor heating performance out of the heat pumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t527ed View Post
    a v drive blower you can't slow down to dehumidify??


    that sucks.

    not familiar with the newer trane stuff, guess i'm just spoiled by the cool things i can do with lennox equipment........

    i am designing a schematic now on how to use dehum with the 16i

    i will report back later in the pro section to lay it out for you guys, you will be impressed (hopefully)



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  10. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by Airmechanical View Post
    i am designing a schematic now on how to use dehum with the 16i

    i will report back later in the pro section to lay it out for you guys, you will be impressed (hopefully)
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    *drool* Perhaps the non-pros would be able to get a copy to pass on to their local pros who might be less knowledgeable? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by t527ed View Post
    a v drive blower you can't slow down to dehumidify??
    that sucks.

    , guess i'm just spoiled by the cool things i can do with lennox equipment........
    Or, York, Rheem, Carrier, Nordyne, Armstrong, ICP, etc
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    skunkiechris, I hate to keep picking on the flue pipe, but it appears from the pictures you provided that the intake/exhaust terminals are not being protected by a mesh screen or specially designed end caps. If thats the case make sure you correct this before some critters find a new home for themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyValvecore View Post
    skunkiechris, I hate to keep picking on the flue pipe, but it appears from the pictures you provided that the intake/exhaust terminals are not being protected by a mesh screen or specially designed end caps. If thats the case make sure you correct this before some critters find a new home for themselves.


    terminations are approved the way they are. mesh screens could cause freeze up problems under some conditions.

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